Adrenaline GTX Boot

$259.99
SKU: 3108-002
Adrenaline GTX Boot
When we built the industry-first Adrenaline GTX® Boot, it set the standard for technical snowmobile footwear. For the Adrenaline’s 3rd generation, perfecting and improving upon a near-perfect formula was our goal. Adrenaline provides a dry, comfortable, and supportive riding experience across a wide range of conditions without impeding freedom of movement.
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  • GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU DRY®
  • GORE-TEX® TECHNOLOGY
  • 600 GRAMS OF 3M™ THINSULATE™ INSULATION
  • INSULATION INSIDE GORE-TEX® MEMBRANE ENSURING A DRY THERMAL LAYER
  • EXTREMELY DURABLE/AGGRESSIVE SOLE
  • MOISTURE-WICKING LINER PLUSH LINER MATERIALS
  • SPEED LACE SYSTEM
  • COMFORTABLE YET STIFF/DURABLE SOLE
  • INTERNAL CUSHIONING
  • LOWER ""D"" RING POSITION TO HOLD CUFF DOWN
  • REMOVABLE MOISTURE-WICKING ORTHOLITE® INSOLE
  • ANKLE CUTOUT PROMOTES FORWARD FLEX
  • USE OF A TECHNICAL SOCK IS REQUIRED TO ENSURE GORE-TEX® FOOTWEAR TOP PERFORMANCE
  • REPLACEMENT LACES AVAILABLE
  • HALF SIZE FIT CREATED WITH INCLUDED INSOLE INSERT
  • Ratings & Reviews

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    10/24/2020 5:04 am

    wear it every days

    Anthony Taupin

    I am a snowmobile guide, I spend at least 90 days per winter on a sled. I use this model for 5 or 6 years. warm, comfortable, solid, waterproof. they are good for the backcounter and active riders, they never disappointed me even on trails with temperatures of -30 ° C. I have to change them every 3 seasons because of their wear and the sole that sticks out.

    2/23/2021 9:39 am

    Klim gear saved my bacon.

    Roger Rushworth

    I wear the Adrenaline GTX boot when I ride my snowmobile. I also wear the padded adrenaline pants. I was hit by another snowmobile (my idiot cousin driving a 2015 Pantera) 1000 lbs of sled and rider ran into my running board right at my heal of my left foot. My ankle bone (the medial malleolus according to the doctor) smashed and dented the tunnel of the sled then the running board torn up and pinned my ankle into the foot well. I was dragged by my left leg 10 feet. I didn’t damage any ligaments nor tendons. A cracked medial malleolus and a severely bruised bone was the only damage. I know I’m part Neanderthal short and stout but I know for a fact the equipment that I was wearing saved my bacon. My doctor couldn’t believe I didn’t have more damage. I wrote to say I will wear your gear for as long as you are in business. Thanks for the save.

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